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Torn Sock 1
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Posted by: @sandgroper

Amazingly the Johnson supporters who backed the lies, knowing them to be lies, have been absolved of all blame!

They are all true blue, and as trustworthy as their past leader!

Even JC himself would have been hard pressed to have purified them at that rate!!!!

What's Corbyn got to do with this? (Apart from being so bad he got Johnson elected!)

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Posted : 14/07/2022 12:25 pm
sandgroper
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@torn-sock-1

I was referring to the other 'JC'!!!!!!!!, the one better connected to forgiveness!!

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Posted : 15/07/2022 6:18 am
Mick George
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After using Ukraine as an excuse and raving about the help given has the war ended,

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Posted : 15/07/2022 6:44 am
Spelly
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I'll move it on, and ask you these further couple of questions if I may.

1) Who's gonna replace the Blond Buffoon?

2) Who does Starmer "fear" the most?

I reckon there's almost a nil chance of an early general election once the the new PM is in situ, coz even if the Labour Party push on with a no confidence motion, the Tory MPs in those marginal "Red Wall" seats are hardly likely to vote against the government, putting their jobs seriously on the line, so..................

It looks like we're stuck with the blue faction in Downing Street for another two and a half years at least, and..........

My prediction is that Sunak is the answer to both my questions.

Over to you!

Spelly.

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Topic starter Posted : 15/07/2022 12:03 pm
gpo1971
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Thinking back to the 2019 Tory leadership election, the only one who, realistically, had any semblance of honesty about them, was Rory Stewart. Who was therefore instantly dismissed as a viable candidate.

This time it seems to be Tom Tugendhat. Which means he has no chance of winning.

The others are Buffoon extensions. The Daily Fail is trying it's best to make sure it's not Mordaunt, which hints they've something to lose by her winning. The press of this Country, owned by off-shore tax-avoiding Tory-supporting billionaires, are going to make this call, I expect the end result will be Sunak or Truss. YET YOU BIZARRELY THINK THE PRESS OF THIS COUNTRY IS LEFT-WING. As if.

If you buy into this, I can't fathom your logic. How, as a semi-normal person, which I hope you are, are you being served by being subjugated by these elitist scumbags.

They all admitted The Buffoon has been LYING to this Country all along, which some of us knew. Yet, now they want you to trust them. Madness.

This country needs a radical shift. Into the hands of the workers. The people who do the work instead of profiteering from it.

 

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Posted : 16/07/2022 9:25 pm
gpo1971
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Posted : 16/07/2022 9:29 pm
gpo1971
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France are apparently putting EDF back into the hands of the people, nationalising them. Which means, as a UK EDF customer, you are now helping the French people pay their bills. The money flowing out of this country is insane.

Corbyn's manifesto of 2019 was perfect. We would all be much better off now. Unfortunately, you were all suckered by the Mail/Express/Sun. Shame.

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Posted : 16/07/2022 9:39 pm
Frankg
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@spelly k

1. Sunak maybe. 

2. Corbyn and the Momentum Dreamers!!!!

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Posted : 17/07/2022 7:22 am
gpo1971
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Further evidence last night that their new leader should be someone from outside of the last Buffoon cabinet.

Tonight's TV debate cancelled, I think the Tories are too embarrassed by it all to continue.

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Posted : 18/07/2022 11:35 am
Torn Sock 1
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Posted by: @gpo1971

Further evidence last night that their new leader should be someone from outside of the last Buffoon cabinet.

Tonight's TV debate cancelled, I think the Tories are too embarrassed by it all to continue.

Tonight's debate was a show.

3 of them will never even get chance to appeal to the public anyway, due to the voting rules so it makes sense for them not to sling mud in public and highlight faults, when (at present) only their colleagues votes matter.

Once it gets down to 2 a debate would make sense.

 

Not defending anyone or any policies etc. just pointing out this makes sense from a logic point of view.

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Posted : 18/07/2022 1:32 pm
gpo1971
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Posted by: @torn-sock-1
Posted by: @gpo1971

Further evidence last night that their new leader should be someone from outside of the last Buffoon cabinet.

Tonight's TV debate cancelled, I think the Tories are too embarrassed by it all to continue.

Tonight's debate was a show.

3 of them will never even get chance to appeal to the public anyway, due to the voting rules so it makes sense for them not to sling mud in public and highlight faults, when (at present) only their colleagues votes matter.

Once it gets down to 2 a debate would make sense.

 

Not defending anyone or any policies etc. just pointing out this makes sense from a logic point of view.

Well, it certainly does if all you're doing is embarrassing yourself.

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Posted : 18/07/2022 1:36 pm
Spelly
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So now it's down to the Tory Party members to make a choice between a guy whose wife's finances have been questioned, and a woman who was once a Lib Deb-Dem, voted Remain in the referendum, then became a Brexiteer, to decide who's gonna be the next PM eh?

Why should England tremble?

Spelly.

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Topic starter Posted : 20/07/2022 5:14 pm
Mick George
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Posted by: @spelly

So now it's down to the Tory Party members to make a choice between a guy whose wife's finances have been questioned, and a woman who was once a Lib Deb-Dem, voted Remain in the referendum, then became a Brexiteer, to decide who's gonna be the next PM eh?

Why should England tremble?

Spelly.

To be fair it's down to Tory members now just as your good self would have a vote if the red party where in power. It's the way we do things you just have to suck it up my friend.

It won't make a difference who is the next PM as the country is in freefall.

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Posted : 22/07/2022 12:26 pm
gpo1971
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May be an image of 2 people, people sitting and outdoors

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Posted : 22/07/2022 1:11 pm
gpo1971
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Labour demonstrating today why they’re in a mess of their own making. Not as big as the Tory mess, but a mess nonetheless.

Sacking a junior minister for supporting strike action.

If the Labour party isn’t there to support the workers of this country, what are they there for? We know the Tories hate workers, we live in a country where foreign investors, CEOs and shareholders are stealing all the money from our economy rather than rewarding the people who actually do the work; why workers are being labelled as greedy for asking for inflation matching raises when bosses and shareholders are pocketing millions for doing nothing. Liz Truss wants to ban worker power.

But when Labour succumb to the same rhetoric, where do ordinary people turn to?

We’re currently watching a Tory leadership campaign pan out that is bizarre in the extreme. Bizarre in that the combatants are openly admitting that the approach of the Govt has been extremely flawed, a Govt of which they were both part of and which they continued to support; until it got in the way of their personal ambitions. And that sums up the Tories. If you fall for it, there’s no hope for you.

But I expect Labour to be better. I expect Labour to support the people at the bottom, those who the Tories hate and refuse to properly assist. Today, Labour has proven that their current leadership is not like that. Starmer out, Burnham in. Please.

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Posted : 27/07/2022 8:36 pm
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